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M.I. González Vasco is associate professor at MACIMTE, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, where she works since 2003. She received her diploma and PhD degree in mathematics from the Universidad de Oviedo (1999 and 2003). Her research interests include provable security for cryptographic constructions, with special focus on public key cryptographic designs for encryption and group key exchange. She is currently a member of the Board of Directors (Junta de Gobierno) of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society.
A.L. Pérez del Pozo is assistant professor (profesor ayudante doctor) at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain. He holds a PhD in Mathematics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). His main research focus is cryptographic designs for key exchange in non-standard scenarios, secret sharing schemes, and applications of multi-party computation.
R. Steinwandt serves as Chair of Florida Atlantic University’s Department of Mathematical Sciences. Before joining FAU, he was with the University of Karlsruhe in Germany, where he completed his MS and PhD degrees in computer science, researching topics in computer algebra. Today, his research focus is in cryptology, including quantum cryptanalysis and quantum-safe cryptography. He currently serves as director of FAU’s Center for Cryptology and Information Security. His research has been funded through the Air Force Research Laboratory, the German Federal Office for Information Security, the National Science Foundation, and the NATO Science for Peace and Security program.